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Clare AAI Novice and Juvenile B XC 2017
Results from Clare AAI Novice B, Junior men and ladies plus Juvenile B cross Country held in Lees Road on Sunday 5'th November are availablke Here...
Clare AAI Intermediate U/23 plus Juvenile Un-Even age Cross Country
Results from Clare AAI Intermediate U/23 plus Juvenile Un-Even age Cross Country held in Clarecastle October 8'th are available Here..
Clare AAI Novice Masters and Juvenile Even ages Cross Country
Results from the Clare AAI Novice Masters and Juvenile Even ages held in Kilnaboy on October 1'st are available here...
All Ireland Juvenile T&F 2017
Day one and two of the Juvenile Track and Field Championships took place in Tullamore at the weekend. Clare athletes were again in top form with many outstanding performances including Ava Rochford Ennis Track’s, record breaking leap in the Girls U 13 High Jump with a Championship Best Performance of 1.55m.
The Munster U13 to U19 indoor championships 2017 were held in Nenagh, Co Tipperary, at the weekend. The championships again attracted large numbers of athletes from every corner of the province and Clare was again very ably represented. Records began to fall from the outset with Ronan Walsh, Shannon AC, Ava Rochford and Ailbhe Doherty Ennis track, all achieving Championship Best Performances.
The All Ireland Juvenile B cross country championships were held in artic conditions at Waterford IT on Sunday. It didn't take long for things to heat up though with some great racing on a very testing course. Clare athletes again punched above their weight bringing home numerous Club, County and individual medals. more here...
Munster Sport Star Awards 2016
The Munster Athletic Association Sports Star Awards 2016 were held in the Clonmel Park Hotel, Clonmel, on Saturday last. Clare were well represented taking a total of 6 awards on the night. Athletes to grace the red carpet were, Darragh Miniter St Marys AC, Kate Taylor St Cronans who both received the Juvenile Indoor and Track and Field Award and Seamus McMahon Shannon AC who received the Under 23 Indoor and Track and Field award. Emily Cahill, St Cronans, received the Juvenile Cross Country Award while our clubs wer also well represented with Ennis Track taking the Best Juvenile/ Senior/ Masters Cross Country and Road Club and Kilmurry Ibrickane North Clare received the Best Juvenile B Cross Country Club Award. Well Done to all involved and Best Wishes for the 2017 season.
The Clare AAI Sport Star Awards 2016 were held in the Auburn Lodge Hotel in Ennis at the weekend. The event, which honours the achievements of our very talented athletes, was again very well supported and a fantastic night was had by all.
The Clare Senior and Juvenile B cross country Championships took place on the grounds of St Flannans College Ennis and with the kind permission of Eire Og Gaa club for access and parking on Sunday last.
These championships were held in ideal weather conditions on a beautiful course ideal for fast running... read more Here...
Tha All Ireland Uneven ages cross country took place in Dundalk at the weekend and again Clare athletes aquited themselves well. Both Individual, Club, County and Provential medals were brought back to the county with Alex O'Neill and Aisling Kelly narrowly missing the podium.
The Clare AAI Sports Star Awards 2016 have been announced. Congratulations to all the Award winners who will receive their awards on Friday January 13th at the Auburn Lodge Hotel. Tickets for the event are available from County Secretary Vincent McCarthy.
The Munster Juvenile B and Intermediate Cross Country Championships were held in Clarecastle on Sunday last. In ideal cross country conditions, Clare athletes again excelled bringing home numerous Individual, Club and County medals...
The purpose built Sport Ireland Cross Country Course say its first National event on Sunday in Abbotstown Dublin. Conditions were perfect with Clare athletes again showing their talent helping Club, County & Provence to medal success.
The Munster Juvenile uneven ages, Junior and Senior cross country championships were held at Limerick Race Course on Sunday. Underfoot conditions were testing to say the least with slips, falls and missing spikes the order of the day, but yet again Clare athletes showed their class bringing home numerous individual, club and county medals.
The AAI GloHealth All-Ireland Track and Field championships were held over 3 days in Tullamore recently. Clare athletes were again in fine form bringing home 8 Gold, 14 Silver and 2 Bronze medals. Read more Here...
It was another great weekend for Clare athletes at the National Juvenile Indoor Championships which were held in Athlone on Saturday and Sunday March 12’th and 13’th. Clare athletes took home a total of 17 medal; 5 Gold, 9 Silver and 3 Bronze. Read more Here>>>
Munster Juvenile Inter County Cross Country Relays 2016
Congratulations to our County Cross Country relay teams, and Junior female athletes, who competed in Enniskeane, Cork on Sunday Feb 7'th, in what could only be described as appaling conditions. The course held up well considering the rain fall of late and all Clare athletes accuited themselves well on the day. Results available here...
The Munster senior and masters men and ladies indoor championships took place in Nenagh Indoor stadium on Sunday last. Clare clubs were very well represented with Clare athletes bringing home a massive individual medal haul of 19 Gold 14 Silver and 13 Bronze. Read more plus full results Here...
Clare AAI Indoor's 2016
The Clare AAI Indoor Championships will take place in Nenagh on Sunday January 31'st. Please note High Jumps start at 10.00 sharp with track events getting under way on the outside track at 11.00.
The inside track for Hurdles will commence immediately High Jumps are finished going on last year this should be about 12.45.
Clubs are requested to forward entries and fees To Vincent Mc Carthy as soon as possible so we can put them all on the computer system, Please don’t leave it till the last minute.
Please note there will be an admission charge of €5.00 for adults at the door.
All Clubs are requested to send a list of officials and their preferred event a.s.a.p
The Clare AAI Sport Star Awards 2015 were held in the Auburn Lodge Hotel, Ennis on Friday night January 15'th. Almost 200 people attended as Clare AAI honoured 48 Award reciepients. A fantastic night was had by all, see Photos Here...
All Ireland Juvenile Uneven Ages & Novice Cross Country 2015
The All Ireland novice men’s and ladies cross country plus the Juvenile un-even age championships were held in St Augustine’s College, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford on Sunday last hosted by West Waterford AC.
The final of the Glo-Health National League final took place in Tullamore on Sunday, August 2'nd. Clare County were drawn with Kilkenny City Harries, Bandon, An Riocht, Antrim, S.LO.T. Finn Valley and Sli Cluainn in the division one final... read more Here...
Clare Team who won promotion to the Premier league.. Photo Here...
The Clare AAI 5K Summer Road series is back by popular demand.NEW HOST!
There was a very
successful weekend for Clare athletes last weekend at the Munster juvenile
track and field
championships at Waterford I.T for boys and girls under 14 to 19.
Clare athletes set five
Munster records over the two days…
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CLARE WELL PLACED AFTER ROUND ONE
The First round of
the Glo-Health National League took place in Templemore last sunday, and a
focused and determined Clare team were eager to make up for the disappointment
of missing out on last year’s final. Clare squared up against Togher, Dooneen,
Kilkenny City Harriers, An Riocht and Wexford County.
Clare athletes were in outstanding form at the National Championships in Tuam on Sunday last taking home two individual titles, five County Gold team medals, two County team silver medals, three Club gold team medals and three club bronze medals medals along with a host of other athletes in the top twelve places. Read more here...
Huge crowds turn out for the Clare AAI Indoor Championships 2015 held in Nenagh on Sunday January 25'th.
Another great day in Nenagh with fantastic competition in all events. The high jumps were again well supported and with up to 5 heats in some races, entries were again up on previous years. 47 Juvenile Records were set this year, a testament to the fantastic work being done in Athletics in Clare across all Clubs. The County Board would like to acknowledge and Thank all officials who helped make the day another great success.
The Annual Clare AAI Sports Star Awards for 2014 were held in the Auburn Lodge Hotel Ennis on Friday night. There was a very large turn out for the event to honour both our Juvenile and Senior athletes, with 49 awards presented on the night by Munster Chairman Mossie Wolfe. A fantastic night was had by all and the County Board would like to thank all who attended for making this yet another memorable night!
Photos of the presentations from the night can be viewed Here...
The Clare A.A.I. Relay trials to select teams for the Munster inter
county relays which are being held in Waterford IT on January 11th
were held at Lees Road on Saturday last in ideal conditions, All clubs were
well represented with some very closely contested races. the top five athletes
in each race were selected to represent Clare. The following are the Teams
The Clare AAI Sports Star Awards for 2014 will be held in the Auburn Lodge Hotel Ennis on Friday January 9'th 2015. The meal will be starting at 7.30pm sharp and music will be provided by John Carey.
Tickets are available from Vincent McCarthy and are priced:-
The Juvenile Cross Country Relays and Novice B were held in Clonlohan Newmarket-on-Fergus on Sunday. There was a great turnout for the relays again this year and a very testing course gave some brilliant finishes..
The National Novice and Juvenile Uneven Ages were held in Santry in very testing conditions on Sunday. Underfoot conditions were slippy and a tight course added to the difficulty. However, Clare athletes again acquitted themselves very well, results are available Here...
The Munster Uneven Ages and Intermediate Cross Country Championships were hosted by Clare AAI in Dromoland on Sunday. There was a huge turnout for the Championships with Clare athletes featuring very prominently winning numerous individual, club and county medals.
The Clare AAI Juvenile B and Senior Championships were held today in Ralahine Newmarhet-on-Fergus on a very testing course. A few heavy showers failed to dampen the spirits and there was a huge turnout in the Juvenile Championships. You can see some Photos from today Here...
This year we have a new course in Ralahine Newmarket on Fergus, on the road From Newmarket On Fergus to Sixmilebridge about 4 miles From Sixmilebridge, on the lands of Pat Gilligan, Hosted by B.M.O.H. The event will take place on November 2'nd.
The Uneven ages and Intermediate Cross Country Championships were held today in Cooraclare in tremendous weather conditions. Photos from today are available in the Gallery Section.
The Clare AAI Juvenile Track & Field Championships 2014 Day 3
Hugh turnout at Juvenile Track and Field Championships in Lees Road.
The Clare Athletics Association Juvenile Track and
Field Championships Day 3 was held on Saturday last in cold and damp conditions
at the Lees Road Sports Complex and some fine victories recorded Alex Mc Conway
St Cronans taking the boys U/14’s Javelin, Discus, and Hammer, Boys U/16’s
Stephen Maher Ennis Track winning the Javelin and Hammer, Girls U/17’s a great
double to Lauren Mc Conway St Cronans in the Javelin and Discus and Barry Loughnane
St Cronans recording a treble in the boys U/17’s Javelin, Discus, and Hammer.
The U/18’s Chloe Mc Aleer Shannon taking the Javelin and Hammer, boys
U/18’s Kevin Conlon Tulla taking Javelin, Discus and Hammer.
Alice Akers Marian winning the girls U/19’s Discua and Hammer with
Seamus Mc Mahon Shannon taking the U/19’s Discus and Hammer.
Hugh turnout at Juvenile Track and Field Championships in Lees Road.
The Clare Athletics Association Juvenile Track and
Field Championships were held over two days at the Lees Road Sports Complex. These Championships were held on Saturday in very wet conditions with Sunday again
another damp day. Over 300 athletes took part over
both days and there were many star performances. The Munster
Juvenile Track and Field Championships for U/9’s to U/13’s will take
place on the 7th and 8th June at the Lees Road Sports
Complex and the U/14’s to U/19’s on Saturday and Sunday 28th and 29th
See Fell Results from Days 1 & 2 in the results section...
See Photos from days 1 & 2 available in the Gallery section...
Please note that for Health & Safety reasons, Throws for ages 14 and up, will be held on a seperate evening, details of which will be circulated later...
Two Clare athletes smash National Records at the awsome AIT Indoor arena at the weekend...
On Saturday, Gearoid McMahon broke the U15 1000m walk record by 3 seconds, finishing in a time of 4:20; while on Sunday, Alex O'Neill broke the U15 800m record, also by 3 seconds, in a time of 2:16.
Athlete of the weekend, Tony Odubote, brought home a haul of 3 medals; Gold in the U15 60m, Silver in the U15 Long Jump and Bronze in the U15 60m Hurdles. Also taking Gold in a fantastic U16 1500m race, Aisling Kelly who led from the gun, destroyed the field finishing in a time of 4:55. Also, in the boys U16 1500m, Eoin O'Looney took Silver finishing in a time of 4:20. Finishing a trio of brilliant 1500m races, Laura Power also took Silver finishing in a time of 4:51 in the Girls U19. Also taking Silver in the U19 Triple Jump, Rachel Clancy jumped 9:61.
In the U12 600m a fantastic race from Ellie Pike brought home the Silver medal in a time of 1:51 while Gabriel Kehinde took Bronze in the U14 60m's in a time of 7:97.
Well Done to all Clare Athletes who competed so well over the two days showing that Clare Athletics is in a very strong position..
The Clare AAI Indoor Championships were held on Sunday January 26'th in Nenagh. A huge turn out of over 400 juvenile athletes helped make this one of the most successful County Championships yet with great excitement evident in all athletic disciplines.
Reminder that the County Indoor Championships are being held in Nenagh on Sunday January 26'th. This is a pre-entry event so all Club Secretaries are advised to complete the form below and return to County Secretary